Hotel Sollner Hof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Not as much today as yesterday. Have some downtime before I head back to the festival. Was able to attend mass for the the first time on this trip. Got there and found that the main hall was empty. Thought that there wasn't a mass but hears voices coming from another part of the church. Turns out that it was being held in a small side chapel. 23 people in all including us. Was over in 30 minutes. Then went and got a spot for the parade by the Muchen ...
... 3 big guys in a shoe box!
We woke up early to do some washing before we headed out for a day of sight seeing. Again, always full of good ideas like going to do our washing at some place on the street. Firstly I'm pretty sure all of our mums still wash our clothes, so we don't know how to use any of these machines. Secondly, it's a ...
... had been drinking since 5 a.m.) I even got Aunt Marge to try a sip, but she wouldn't let me take a picture. (She read an article last night that said people judge people drinking beer in photos as less intelligent. Check out how dumb I look in my pictures!) Dinner tonight: ice cream. That's right, I had beer and ice cream for dinner tonight and I don't feel a bit bad about it. I'm on vacation. Tomorrow: more sightseeing in Munich. We'll be sticking close to the ...
... in on the first day, and really easily found a table right next to the stage. And it wasn't even reserved. I think both Nikita and I knew deep down that we'd just found our last location for the rest of the day! And the waitress was really nice too, not only bringing us beers super quick, but offering a menu in English to ensure when the time came for me to order my pork knuckle, I knew that I was getting pork knuckle and not super****inglongsausagehausen. I couldn't wait! We ...
... br> friends around the village. Lori’s good friend Saffy is quite fond of palm
wine, but otherwise it is mostly men who drink alcohol.
Our beverage highlight in Africa was going with a palm wine
tapper to watch him ply his trade. On the trees he taps he has built a kind of
bamboo ladder/scaffold structure to assist him in reaching the upper portion of
the tree where the fermented liquid is found, albeit one that still requires